Technology

HPE Delivers World’s Largest Arm Supercomputer

HPE Delivers World’s Largest Arm Supercomputer

19 Jun 2018 comment

HPE announced collaboration with Sandia National Laboratories and the U.S. Department of Energy to deliver the world’s largest Arm supercomputer.

IBM and Nvidia Help U.S. Leapfrog China in Supercomputer Race

IBM and Nvidia Help U.S. Leapfrog China in Supercomputer Race

11 Jun 2018 comment

The U.S. has a new supercomputer and it’s twice as fast as the current record holder in China, according to Bloomberg.

An Intel-Backed Startup Wants to Become the Uber of the Skies

An Intel-Backed Startup Wants to Become the Uber of the Skies

10 Jun 2018 comment

Volocopter, a German startup backed by Intel and Daimler, has built a drone-like electric helicopter to ferry travelers across city skies, according to Bloomberg.

Micron and Intel Announced First 4bits/cell 3D NAND Technology

Micron and Intel Announced First 4bits/cell 3D NAND Technology

28 May 2018 comment

Micron and Intel have announced production and shipment of the industry’s first 4bits/cell 3D NAND technology.

New PlayStation Chief Hints at Portable Gaming Revival

New PlayStation Chief Hints at Portable Gaming Revival

27 May 2018 comment

Sony’s new PlayStation chief John Kodera said he sees a future in portable gaming, departing from his predecessor’s view that there’s a limited market for handheld games, according to Bloomberg.

New Bosch Diesel Technology Provides Solution to NOx Problem

New Bosch Diesel Technology Provides Solution to NOx Problem

26 May 2018 comment

New developments from Bosch could enable vehicle manufacturers to reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) so drastically that they already comply with future limits.

Intel Finds Another Chip Exploit, Says Fix Is in Place

Intel Finds Another Chip Exploit, Says Fix Is in Place

23 May 2018 comment

Intel said it found another way to attack computers related to the chip security flaws announced earlier this year, according to Bloomberg.

TNT and Intel Air the NBA Western Conference Finals in VR for First Time

TNT and Intel Air the NBA Western Conference Finals in VR for First Time

17 May 2018 comment

Intel and Turner Sports will air every NBA Western Conference Finals matchup between the Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets in virtual reality, powered by Intel True VR, via the NBA on TNT VR App.

Intel Powers Android-Based Infotainment for Volvo Cars

Intel Powers Android-Based Infotainment for Volvo Cars

11 May 2018 comment

At the Google I/O conference, Intel, Google and Volvo debuted the latest Android Operating System running Google applications.

KU Leuven and HPE Advance AI Capabilities With New Supercomputer

KU Leuven and HPE Advance AI Capabilities With New Supercomputer

6 May 2018 comment

Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced a new supercomputer installation at KU Leuven, a Flemish research university consistently ranked as one of the five most innovative universities in the world.

Samsung Begins Mass Production of 10nm-class DRAM for Automobiles

Samsung Begins Mass Production of 10nm-class DRAM for Automobiles

5 May 2018 comment

Samsung announced that it has begun mass producing 10-nanometer-class 16-gigabit LPDDR4X DRAM for automobiles.

Intel Plans to Break Drone Light Show Record

Intel Plans to Break Drone Light Show Record

3 May 2018 comment

Intel plans to break its world record title for most drones flown simultaneously that was part of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 opening ceremony.

Amazon Is Said to Be Working on Home Robots

Amazon Is Said to Be Working on Home Robots

1 May 2018 comment

Amazon is working on another big bet: robots for the home, according to Bloomberg. The retail and cloud computing giant has embarked on an ambitious, top-secret plan to build a domestic robot, according to people familiar with the plans.

Bosch Plans Smart Plant for Electronic Components in Mexico

Bosch Plans Smart Plant for Electronic Components in Mexico

30 Apr 2018 comment

Bosch is investing 100 million euros in a new plant in Celaya. The company plans to build a new smart factory for electronic components in the central Mexican city by 2020.

Facebook Is Forming a Team to Design Its Own Chips

Facebook Is Forming a Team to Design Its Own Chips

23 Apr 2018 comment

Facebook is building a team to design its own semiconductors, adding to a trend among technology companies to supply themselves and lower their dependence on chipmakers, according to Bloomberg, citing job listings and people familiar with the matter.

Academia and Industry Collaborate to Drive UK Supercomputer Adoption

Academia and Industry Collaborate to Drive UK Supercomputer Adoption

22 Apr 2018 comment

HPE announced a collaboration with Arm, SUSE, and three leading UK universities to accelerate the adoption of supercomputer applications in the UK.

Construction Starts at the World's Largest Hydrogen Pilot Plant

Construction Starts at the World's Largest Hydrogen Pilot Plant

22 Apr 2018 comment

An EU-funded project for a CO2-reduced energy future and the decarbonization of steel production is taking shape.

New IBM Cloud-ready Mainframe Based on Single-frame Design

New IBM Cloud-ready Mainframe Based on Single-frame Design

11 Apr 2018 comment

IBM announced its newest cloud-ready mainframes, the z14 Model ZR1 and LinuxONE Rockhopper II, the latest additions to its family of servers announced in 2017.

HP Introduced the Most Powerful Workstation for Machine Learning

HP Introduced the Most Powerful Workstation for Machine Learning

8 Apr 2018 comment

HP recently unveiled a set of industry-leading machine learning solutions, including the HP Z8, the world’s most powerful workstation for ML development.

Huawei Ethernet Switches Maintain Leading Position Globally

Huawei Ethernet Switches Maintain Leading Position Globally

6 Apr 2018 comment

Huawei maintained strong momentum throughout 2017 and continued to play a leading role in the global Ethernet switch market.

Intel Core i9 Processor Comes to Mobile

Intel Core i9 Processor Comes to Mobile

5 Apr 2018 comment

At a global event in Beijing, Intel unveiled the first Core i9 processor for laptops.

Microsoft Edges Closer to Quantum Computer Based on Elusive Particle

Microsoft Edges Closer to Quantum Computer Based on Elusive Particle

2 Apr 2018 comment

At Microsoft 's Dutch research facility at the Delft University of Technology, several large cylindrical metal tubes hang from the ceiling, according to Bloomberg.

Holistic Approach to Broadband Network Development

Holistic Approach to Broadband Network Development

2 Apr 2018 comment

A new conception of broadband is on target to be achieved as the industry experiences an era of unparalleled change and challenge.

Huawei Said to Be in Talks to Build Blockchain-Ready Smartphone

Huawei Said to Be in Talks to Build Blockchain-Ready Smartphone

25 Mar 2018 comment

Huawei is considering developing a mobile phone that will be able to run blockchain-based applications, according to Bloomberg, citing two people familiar with the plans.

Google Is Said to Work on Blockchain-Related Technology

Google Is Said to Work on Blockchain-Related Technology

25 Mar 2018 comment

Google is working on blockchain-related technology to support its cloud business and head off competition from emerging startups, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter.

Apple Is Said to Develop Displays to Replace Samsung Screens

Apple Is Said to Develop Displays to Replace Samsung Screens

24 Mar 2018 comment

Apple is designing and producing its own device displays using a secret manufacturing facility near its California headquarters to make small numbers of the screens for testing purposes, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the situation.

MWC 2018: Autonomous Driving Boom Spurs STMicro to Develop New Chips

MWC 2018: Autonomous Driving Boom Spurs STMicro to Develop New Chips

1 Mar 2018 comment

STMicroelectronics is developing chips that can tackle features like night vision, micro-mapping and 360-degree detection, in a bid to meet demand from car manufacturers racing to build driverless autos, according to Bloomberg.

MWC 2018: Intel Will Bring 5G to Mobile PCs Next Year

MWC 2018: Intel Will Bring 5G to Mobile PCs Next Year

23 Feb 2018 comment

Intel is continuing to build new products and collaborations for 5G across the network, client and cloud.

Samsung Begins Production of Largest SSD for Enterprise Systems

Samsung Begins Production of Largest SSD for Enterprise Systems

22 Feb 2018 comment

Samsung announced that it has begun mass producing the industry’s largest capacity Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) solid state drive (SSD), the PM1643, for use in next-generation enterprise storage systems.

Samsung Begins Production of 256GB eUFS for Automotive Applications

Samsung Begins Production of 256GB eUFS for Automotive Applications

16 Feb 2018 comment

Samsung announced that it has begun mass production of a 256-gigabyte (GB) embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) solution with advanced features based on automotive specifications from the JEDEC UFS 3.0 standard, for the first time in the industry.